Speech by the PDHR and Brcko Supervisor Scanlan at the Academy on the 19th Anniversary of Brcko District Police
The Brcko District Police are a driving force in promoting coordination among the police throughout the country
Remarks by High Representative Valentin Inzko to the United Nations Security Council
Before I start, I would like to take a moment to remember Lord Paddy Ashdown, who passed away in December. As High Representative, Lord Ashdown led the international community in Bosnia and Herzegovina through a critical period, implementing key provisions of the General Framework Agreement for Peace, building and strengthening the institutions cru [...]
Remarks by PDHR and Brcko Supervisor Michael Scanlan
It is an honor and a pleasure to be here today to join you in celebrating Brcko District Day
Speech by the High Representative at the Symposium on Art and Reconciliation, King’s College London
When in a given society, the political elite ceases to uphold basic standards of democracy and decency, or even tramples on these values, it has often fallen to the creative community to articulate universal values of human decency, of justice, of solidarity and of love.
Speech by Brcko Supervisor and PDHR Dennis W. Hearne at the Second Brcko District Business Forum
One aspect of the Business Forum that I would particularly like to highlight is its contribution to the community.
Remarks by High Representative Valentin Inzko to the UN Security Council
The defining political event of the last six months in Bosnia and Herzegovina was the October 7th General Elections.
HR Speech for the Opening of the Canton Sarajevo International Business Conference
Organizing an international business conference in the peak of the pre-election campaign and so close to the Election Day is courageous and visionary.
Remarks by High Representative Valentin Inzko At the opening of the 45th Gradačac Plum Fair
I came here for three reasons. The first reason is obvious: today, Gradačac, which was mentioned for the first time in 1302, is the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the capital of the whole region.
Address of the High Representative at the Commemoration for victims of Srebrenica genocide
As a human being, and in my official capacity as the High Representative, I wish to repeat what has been said on numerous occasions and must be repeated indefinitely: the genocide in Srebrenica should have never happened, just as the atrocities in other places in Eastern Bosnia and throughout the country should never have happened.
Bosnia and Herzegovina: What is happening and what happens next?
Today’s discussion is important, not only for our ongoing efforts in Bosnia and Herzegovina, but also for similar efforts that might be required in the future elsewhere around the world.